Online or Offline Sample Preparation
24 Nov 2014

Sample preparation in an automated analytical process can be managed either by online or offline workstations. There are advantages and disadvantages to both approaches: this white paper examines the factors which have a bearing on the suitability of each approach, and concludes that there is no univocal answer to this dilemma; instead multiple factors and variables should be examined to find the best approach for your own lab.

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